Beaverton Severe Weather Shelter

Expanded Beaverton Severe Weather Shelter

As part of a county-wide effort to extend winter shelter capacity, Beaverton will host an expanded shelter at the Community Center. The goal is to help accomplish social distancing guidelines to help flatten the curve of COVID-19 among vulnerable populations experiencing homelessness. The expanded shelter will provide a stable, overnight place to sleep and meals 7-days a week to 25 guests. Guests will be screened and enrolled for the duration of the opening, with priority given to high risk populations for COVID-19. This expanded shelter will be offered in collaboration with Just Compassion of East Washington County, Community Action, and Washington County.

About Severe Weather Shelter

The Beaverton Severe Weather shelter was opened in January 2017 to provide a warm, safe space for adults experiencing homelessness to stay during the winter. The shelter is operated by Just Compassion of East Washington County.

Volunteer sets up bed at severe weather shelter.


Open every night:
Monday, March 30 – Sunday, May 31, 2020

Please contact Community Action for Shelter Intake at
503-726-0850 (10 am - 6 pm)

Volunteer sets up bed at severe weather shelter.

Washington County Shelter Resources

For an updated list of open severe weather shelters in Washington County, contact 211 info or look at the Shelter Activation List available online:

How to Help

We do not currently have any volunteer opportunities.

Volunteers at Beaverton severe weather shelter.

Please note: we are not accepting donations at this time. Please do not drop them off at the Community Center since it is not regularly staffed. Thank you!